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  • Oracle9i XML Database Developer’s Guide - Oracle XML DB Release 2 (9.

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P4:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P13:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P14:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P15:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P16:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P20:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P25:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Introduction to Java technology Trend of application framework The XML server XML support in Java technology spectrum Native XML database Conclusion 4 .What is Java? Java is a generalpurpose, concurrent, class-based, objectoriented language. “Green team” in 1991 “Oak” language Going public in May 1995. .

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P1:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P2:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P3:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P5:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P6:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P7:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P8:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P9:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P10:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P11:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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  • Keyword Search in Databases- P12:Conceptually, a database can be viewed as a data graph GD(V ,E), where V represents a set of objects, and E represents a set of connections between objects. In this book, we concentrate on two kinds of databases, a relational database (RDB) and an XML database. In an RDB, an object is a tuple that consists of many attribute values where some attribute values are strings or full-text; there is a connection between two objects if there exists at least one reference from one to the other....

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